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  • 1st September 2022 to 30th September 2022
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Taking the Plunge with Janet Gover: how to write a covering letter, synopsis and submit to agents

Online

1st September 2022 to 30th September 2022
1st September 2022

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Taking the Plunge with Janet Gover: how to write a covering letter, synopsis and submit to agents

Online

1st September 2022 to 30th September 2022
1st September 2022

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Ticket costs: RNA members £75 and non-members £150 (course limited to 15 tickets)

This course will help you put together a polished and professional submission pack – incorporating a query letter, synopsis and opening pages.

You’ll learn how to impress an industry professional – and equally important, what will NOT impress them.

Award winning author Janet Gover is a recipient of the Romantic Novel of the Year Award and is also the Co-ordinator of the Romantic Novelists’ Association New Writers’ Scheme.

Janet will help you decide your genre and who to submit to, and she’ll also give one to one feedback on your query letter, synopsis and opening 500 words.

Course materials will be available online for a month – so study at your own pace, and submit your work to Janet for detailed analysis when you are ready.

This course is best suited for a writer with a completed (or nearly completed) novel who is getting ready to pitch their book to an agent or editor.

For more information about Janet visit her website: www.janetgover.com

There are only 15 tickets available for this highly popular course, so buy your ticket now to avoid disappointment.

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